Andy cohen dating 2016
Comedian Kathy Griffin, who caught heat last week after posing with a facsimile of President Donald Trump's severed head, said during a press conference Friday that Trump and his family have targeted her for retaliation, and that she is now the subject of a Secret Service investigation over the photo.
While Griffin's attorney, Lisa Bloom, called the situation "outrageous and unprecedented," that's not entirely true -- at least not the "unprecedented part." Read on for other entertainers who came under government scrutiny.
“Someone who’s very independent, someone who has their own thing going on,” he says.
Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper could have been a happy couple if not for the “Watch What Happens Live” host’s one tiny faux pas.
Andy didn’t elaborate on why or even when the pair split, but he did say what he’s looking for in a man.
“Someone who’s very independent, someone who has their own thing going on.
Andy’s Instagram account is stuffed with photos of him posing with various celebrities, but he has a fair share of them with Anderson Cooper. The image below is one of Cohen and Cooper together celebrating New Year’s 2016.
has several photos from his accounts which show he and Anderson together.
As of March 2018, however, they’re no longer an item.The two were caught in candid shots by paparazzi once, and were seen on Barry Diller's yacht in 2016, but other than that there's little record of their romance.Cohen declined to give details on the break-up, saying "I didn't sign up for a reality show." However, he told the outlet what qualities he values in a partner.Also Read: CNN Says Anderson Cooper's Twitter Hacked: ' We're Working With Twitter To Secure The Account' Cooper is the son of heiress and fashion designer Gloria Vanderbilt and, apparently, gets skittish when potential romantic partners pry into that too early. Also Read: Andy Cohen to Replace Kathy Griffin as Anderson Cooper's ' New Year's Eve Live' Co-Host “You know what, it worked out for the best; here we are,” said Cohen.
Cohen and Cooper will bring their friendship to CNN annual New Year’s eve show.
Maybe someone who’s never seen ,” he explained, adding he wouldn’t mind a Jewish version of John F. or, in his words, a “Jew-FK, Jr.” When asked if he would ever consider appearing as a contestant, Andy was quick to say hell no. “I don’t want to kiss on camera and I don’t think so.